Welcome to the designated Careers section of the Malmesbury School website.

Please see here for our Careers Newsletter for updates and information on opportunities.

Careers education is a highly valued and important part of what we offer students at Malmesbury School to prepare them for their future.

We are incredibly proud of the provision in curriculum, extra-curricular and information and guidance offered to each and every student.

As you can see from the various organisations that monitor and audit our provision you can be assured that CEIAG at Malmesbury is relevant, up to date, impartial and engaging to students from Year 7- 13. We are fully compliant with the Baker clause and welcome in all institutions to share their knowledge, expertise, and provision with our students.

Ofsted monitoring visit 2015: Students say that they benefit from the range of activities and from the visiting speakers representing different careers. This develops students’ understanding of the link between their education and potential careers effectively, raising their aspirations for the future. As a result of this well-targeted careers education, more disadvantaged students enter further education, training or employment at the end of Year 11. The vast majority of disadvantaged students who enter the sixth form progress to university.

Gatsby Benchmarks – published by the DfE for all schools and colleges (Malmesbury is a case study for Benchmark 8). Going back as far as 2011, careers provision has continually been rated good to outstanding by all stakeholders. Parents are very happy with the level of careers advice on offer. The head teacher was delighted to be the first school in the county to receive the Quality in Careers Standard and to be rated Gold.

Hopefully this page has given you answers to any questions you may have about our provision but if you would like to know more, or you feel you could contribute to our provision please do not hesitate to get in touch.



Skillsometer is a freely available widget provided by the LMI for All service. Skillsometer has been designed for those who are not sure what jobs they may be interested in. Thinking about skills, interests and the ways these can link to jobs can be a helpful first step in identifying possible future jobs.



Careerpilot is a free website that provides impartial careers information to students aged 13-19 in the South West region about all the choices available.

The site has:

•         information on twenty job sectors

•         details about the choices at 14, 16 and 18

•         career tools to help students make informed decisions

•         an Adviser Zone with resources for teachers to use

•         a Parent Zone

Careerpilot is co-funded by all 12 universities in the South West region.

Careers Explorer 

Modern Muse

Getting In


Career Companion

CareerComp@nion (careercompanion.co.uk) (Username: malmesburystudent,  Password:  malmesburystudent)

Career Comp@nion online is an impartial and mediated review service of Careers, Learning and Support Information websites.


We provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.


LMI for All is an online data portal, which connects and standardises existing sources of high quality, reliable labour market information (LMI) with the aim of informing careers decisions.


Your guide to services FREE CV advice and jobs searching.


Working to achieve a world-leading education for all young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)


Apprenticeships are key to growing a skilled and competitive workforce that meets the needs of employers and drives business growth. They are real jobs with training, available in more than 170 industries and 1500 job roles. Through their apprenticeship, apprentices gain the technical knowledge, practical experience and wider skills they need for their immediate job and future career.


T Levels are new 2-year, technical programmes designed with employers to give young people the skills that industry needs. From 2020, they will give students aged 16 to 18 a technical alternative to A levels and will help them to get a skilled job.


You could get a bursary to help with education-related costs if you’re aged 16 to 19 and:

  • studying at a publicly funded school or college in England – not a university
  • on a training course, including unpaid work experience

Get the Jump: explore your education and training choices | National Careers Service

Explore your education and training courses. Whether you know where you’re heading or not, knowing about the different routes open to you is a great place to start. View all the different work and study choices available to you. You can also explore careers to get ideas about the type of job you might like or see the many ways to get your dream job.

Higher Education Events and Opportunities 

Events & Opportunities – Pure Potential

Summer of Work Experience

DMA Talent – Work Experience (leaflet and application details)